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Coronavirus appears to be more fatal in men than in women

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Why we need gender perspectives in our global solutions to COVID-19

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Sex, gender and COVID-19: Disaggregated data and health disparities. BMJ 2020;368:m1090, 18 March 2020

doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.m1090 Whether sex and gender matter to clinical pathways and […]

Corona puts women in the frontline

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The COVID-19 outbreak and gender

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Paying attention to women’s needs and leadership will strengthen COVID-19 response

Worldwide, 70% of health care workers are female, women are […]

COVID-19: the gendered impacts of the outbreak. The Lancet, March 6, 2020

A quick overview of issues pertaining to sex/gender in COVID-19 […]

Sex difference and smoking disposition in patients with COVID-19. The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, March 11, 2020

Taken together, these data seem to indicate that there might […]

The coronavirus fallout may be worse for women than men. Here’s why.

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Gender in science, innovation, technology and engineering (SITE) is an international initiative to promote the role of women in science, innovation, technology and engineering, and to demonstrate how applying a gender lens to SITE can provide deeper insights, more effective programmes and more sustainable outcomes in the context of development.

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Agriculture & Food

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Climate Change

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Education & Workforce

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Energy

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Transportation

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Water & Sanitation

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Gendered Innovations: Case Studies from Africa – Short Video Launched

Gender in science, innovation, technology and engineering (GenderInSITE) Africa regional focal point, hosted by the..

Coronavirus appears to be more fatal in men than in women

Data out of Italy, China and South Korea suggest the coronavirus is killing more men..

Why we need gender perspectives in our global solutions to COVID-19

How will COVID-19, and its gendered effects be further exacerbated in contexts already affected by..

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GenderInSITE Africa Regional Focal Point is based at the following:

 ASSAf (Academy of Science of South Africa) 
1st Floor Block A
The Woods
41 De Havilland Crescent
Persequor Park
Meiring Naudé Road
Lynnwood 0020
Pretoria, South Africa

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